Admissions Committee

Admissions 2021/2022

Eligibility

The person who has the certificate of living in Uzbekistan or has investment visa or their family members are equally rightful to apply for a admission.

Foreign nationals chargeable for tuition fees in accordance with regulation for international students.

Exams

International students are not subjected to undertake national examinations. Instead, undergradute admission for international students subject to in-person interviews.

Admission cycle

The admission applications are due between March 15, to July 15.

Application procedure

Undergradute admission for international students is submitted online which includes:

direction, language and type of education;

previous degree of higher education if exists;

agreement of terms and conditions.

Supporting application materials

Undergradute admission applications must include:

Passport or other equivalents;

Official transcript, which is legalised, or apostilled by the authorised offices;

Candidate’s photo (3,5x4,5). Every attached document must be separate document (not less 200 pixels per inch) not exceeding 10 MB. The application would be proceeded when all document types are PDF (portable document format).

What is appropriate if the documents do not meet the requirements?

 The applicant would be notified by email in 72 hours if the documents do not meet the requirements. This allows international students resubmitting their supporting documents once again within the due date. Once review of applications has started, we cannot accept further supplemental materials or updates to the application.

Interview

The university holds interviews between August 2–10.

Assessment of interview  

The interview would be assessed in a 100-point scale.

When international students can’t be qualified?

If candidate would not appear in interview or does not get at least 55% of maximum grade he/she can’t be qualified for undergraduate study.

When tuition fees should be paid?

The tuition fees must be paid prior to September 15, once tuition fees paid students would be enrolled to undergraduate degree programme. International students would be allowed to start studies from September 2.

List of admission commission

Name of official

Office

1

Rakhimjon Khakimov

Rector, Chair of Admission Commission

2

Dilshod Umarov

Deputy rector: International affairs and secondary education, Deputy chair

3

Valisher Davlyatov

Head of department for Courts, law enforcement agencies and advocacy, Secretary

4

Davronbek Mamasobirov

Deputy dean of Criminal Justice faculty, the Undersecretary (undergaradute admission)

5

Shokhjakhon Khujaev

The head of department for Intellectual property, the Undersecretary (garadute admission)

6

Elyor Rakhmatov

Deputy dean of Criminal Justice faculty, the Undersecretary (Second degree, part-time studies, colleges and academic lyceums)

7

Samir Latipov

Director of Centre for Legal initiatives and innovations Undersecretary (Double-degree programmes)

8

Dilshod Nurumov

Senior lecturer of deprtment for Courts, law enforcement agencies and advocacy, Undersecretary (Finance and treasury)

The cost of training under the contract

THE COST OF TRAINING UNDER THE CONTRACT OF BACHELOR AND MASTER STUDENTS OF THE TASHKENT STATE LAW UNIVERSITY OF LAW FOR THE 2020/2021 ACADEMIC YEAR 

In paragraph 6 of the decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated June 12th, 2020 № PP–4749 “About the parameters of the state order for admission to study in higher educational institutions of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the 2020/2021 academic year”, higher educational institutions switched to self-supporting, given the right definition of cost of training on a paid basis.

Also, rectors of higher educational institutions that have switched to the self-financing system were given the task to publish in the media and the Internet within a week information about the established amount of a paid contract in the areas of bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

In order to fulfill this task, the issue of setting the cost of training bachelor and master students of the Tashkent state university of law for the 2020/2021 academic year was considered and approved at an extraordinary meeting of the University Council dated June 16th, 2020 No. 5.

The University Council, when setting the cost of tuition on a fee-contract basis for the 2020/2021 academic year, took into account the conditions of the pandemic and quarantine around the world and in our country, as well as in order to provide broad social support to students, decided to establish for the 2020/2021 academic year the amount of a paid contract that does not exceed the amount of payment for the previous academic year.

In accordance with the decision of the University Council the amount of the paid contract for the 2020/2021 academic year is determined as follows: 

       

Comparative information on the amount of the contract established in 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 academic years in the bachelor’s and master’s degree programs of the Tashkent state university of law                                                                                                                                                                                               

Type of education

(full-time)

the contract cost without payment of scholarships in 2019/2020

academic year

Number of academic credits in the 2020/2021 academic year

The cost of academic credit

the contract cost without payment of scholarships in 2020/2021

academic year **

difference from the cost of the contract without payment of the scholarship in 2019/2020 academic year

in the sum

in relation to the minimum wage

(679 330,0 sum), as a percentage *

А

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

Bachelor's

degree

9 809 260,0

60

163 039,2

24%

9 782 352,0

-26 908,0

2

Bachelor's degree (for foreign citizens)

17 000 000,0

60

278 525,3

41%

16 711 518,0

-288 482,0

3

Master's

degree

11 167 920,0

90

122 279,4

18%

11 005 146,0

-162 774,0

4

Master's degree

(for foreign citizens)

19 000 000,0

90

210 592,3

31%

18 953 307,0

-46 693,0


* When the minimum wage is changed the contract value changes accordingly.

** These amounts do not include expenses related to the annual payment of a scholarship to a student.